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The house Keilana shared with her husband and three children was a single story, but raised up on stilts to a second-floor height with room to park cars beneath.
Once the home of Harry’s Bar, it was now an exclusive hotel with room rates for those not on a budget.
But then Nadya brought chocolate mousse and a torta di frutta di bosco that Id had my eye on since we walked in, and drawn by those sugary delights, the girls returned to their places as if the magnets that had once held them there had been turned back on, and I found myself with room for a few forkfuls of sugared pastry and various berries.
Juliet’s job at the Grovesnor came with room and board, meaning a great big suite and room service whenever she wanted.
I looked in vain for the Great Tent I had read about — a huge bigtop with room for 13,000 chairs where President Wilson was scheduled to speak in four days, on Friday, the Fourth of July.
The platform might have held one alien; it held Wes and Arvid with room to spare.